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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby patricksile on Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:12 am

I think this future is quite good and we really need this in the future version shout out there to the Sublime Text Team...
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby subluser1 on Sun Sep 08, 2013 2:26 am

Is there any update on this? This is a killer feature!
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby valerij on Fri Sep 13, 2013 4:22 pm

now imagine this feature combined with "go to symbol under cursor implementation". ill code c++ like a beast with this
definitely +1 from me
we should push it on userecho
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby Evoken on Fri Oct 04, 2013 3:37 am

I tried it and it is an interesting feature but I find that Sublime's go to anything/symbol is faster, more straight forward and practical in particular for html/css which is what Brackets seems to be focused on.

Once i create the HTML markup, I move on to work exclusively on the SCSS file which CodeKit preprocesses and then gives a live preview in Chrome whenever I save it, using the inspector whenever I need to check on something. Same with JS files and Chrome's debug console. If I ever want to check/edit the style for a particular selector, I find it much better and faster to use go to anything/symbol to quickly open the SCSS file in question and jump to the selector I want (instead of hunting down for a tag or class within the HTML structure within an already opened document, clicking it and hitting command+k).

It is probably more useful for some other languages but personally I don't really see any use for this feature within my workflow.
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby valerij on Tue Oct 08, 2013 7:15 pm

If I ever want to check/edit the style for a particular selector

sure here goto is better, but QuickEdit is designed to present all selectors applying to an element, so you don't need to hunt all of them down, also don't need to think in selectors.

Sure, there are "go to defintion" plugins for C++ but QuickEdit has the advantage to present definition and usage at once: i find myself often working with two views, upper for actual coding and lowerto look up definition of function etc, QE streamlines this process

take a look at a quick mockup
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby bsides on Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:52 pm

+1 this would be an awesome feature.
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Re: Quick-Edit for CSS/HTML like in Adobe Brackets

Postby techXplored on Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:06 am

Any update on this feature getting implemented?
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